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Irish Crochet Lace: Motifs from County Monaghan

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Of all forms of crochet lace, that known as 'Irish Crochet' is most sought after and is probably the best known. While the Irish tradition for producing this work dates back to the sixteenth century, when it was known as 'nuns work' from the fact that the technique and style was developed in Irish convent communities in imitation of continental lacemaking styles, the manufacture of crochet lace did not become a cottage industry in Ireland until the middle of the nineteenth century, after the devastation caused by the Great ...

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Irish Crochet Lace: Motifs from County Monaghan
2003, Colin Smythe, Bucks

ISBN-13: 9780851055145

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